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MAOXIAN, Sichuan Province, June 27 (Xinhua) -- Technological advances over the past decade have helped make China's disaster rescue more sophisticated.


This was demonstrated recently after landslides hit a valley in the southwestern province of Sichuan air max tn for sale , and rescue workers were warned of risks.


As rescuers were combing through the debris Monday during the search for 93 missing people, they were ordered to leave the site as a slope stability radar sensed secondary slides.


The following day, another landslide hit.


"These new gadgets help us a lot and enable us to better plan the rescue," one rescuer said.


Yang Xiaolin, a senior engineer with China Academy of Safety Science and Technology air max 95 for sale , said the synthetic aperture radar can detect tiny changes to predict slides.


A drone was also flown over the landslide site that captured data to compile a 3D topographic map. The map was then used to reveal the location of collapsed houses and the depth at which they were buried, rescuers say.


Yan Buqing, an army rescuer, said drones made rescues much more efficient, as they helped narrow down the search area. Life detectors air max shoes for sale , although a common piece of equipment the world over, sometimes struggle to pick up signals when people are buried deep down, he said.


Rescue teams are typically formed by local army corps, police, fire departments air max for sale online , and red cross branches. The local government directs the operation.


The teams in Sichuan are very experienced as the province seems to suffer more than its share of catastrophes.


In May 2008, a 8.0-magnitude earthquake struck Wenchuan and killed more than 80,000 people. In 2013, another quake hit Lushan, killing 196.
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